Author, prize-winning playwright, award-winning historian Meredith Bean McMath is the Managing Director of Run Rabbit Run Productions, Inc. and Run Rabbit Run Theatre company. She holds an MS in Arts Management with a focus on Arts Marketing.
- Creative works include original plays, documentaries and living history presentations on behalf of preservation groups and museums which include The Lincoln Preservation Foundation, The Waterford Foundation, The National Trust's Oatlands Plantation, The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, The Newseum, and The Museum of The Shenandoah Valley.
- Through RUN RABBIT RUN THEATRE, McMath works with area artists and actors to direct and produce high caliber theatre productions. From its very first work, the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival production of McMath's satire, Case 22, Run Rabbit Run has won critical acclaim for its stage adaptations and musicals, contemporary and original plays.
BA History, The College of William and Mary (Member Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society); MS Arts Management - Shenandoah University (Concentration: Arts Marketing; Recipient of the Graduate Student Award).
McMath serves as on the Board of Directors of VSA - Loudoun County, the nonprofit organization to providing arts and theatre arts programs for the disabled and their families.
Former nonprofit service includes grant panelist for Region IVb of the VA Commission for the Arts; Marketing Director of the Loudoun Lyric Opera; Committee Member for the Economic Task Force for Leesburg Performing Arts Ctr.; Loudoun Arts Council, Leesburg Performing Arts Ctr. Economic Task Force, and the Loudoun Youth Initiative.
In this July 2018 interview, Nancy Wyatt of My Persuasive Presentations takes a close look at Run Rabbit Run Theatre and McMath's work:
"My evocative conversation with Meredith reminded me of the adage given to actors using the Acting Stanislavski method. It states that, while performing, they should listen and respond, not just memorize their lines and speak from rote. Meredith lives Method Acting in a real-life expressive discourse..."